The Graduate Diploma in Theology allows students to explore areas of interest in theology. It provides a substantial foundation for further study and a means of engaging Christian thought and traditions. Graduates are able to articulate insights for Christian practice and identity.
Course Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Theology:
- have knowledge of sources, terms and concepts required for theological engagement;
- have research, analysis and communication skills applicable to theological studies;
- apply skills of interpretation to a range of texts with awareness of context, implications and application to historical and or contemporary issues;
- apply relevant theological and hermeneutical skills in clearly articulating insights into life, work and community.
What is involved to complete the Graduate Diploma in Theology?
Every course of study for the Graduate Diploma in Theology consists of 144 points of study, including at least 72 points of Foundational units taken across three disciplines in at least two fields.
Graduate Diploma in Theology is open to any applicant who:
has successfully completed an undergraduate degree or a Graduate Certificate in Theology.